Month: December 2017
If you are like me and still have your embarrassing PSN username from when you were a teenager – we have some good news for you. Sony Interactive Entertainment America CEO Shawn Laydan revealed that gamers who are a little bit tired of their username will be able to change it early 2018.
Millions of Android devices are at serious risk of a newly disclosed critical vulnerability that allows attackers to secretly overwrite legitimate applications installed on your smartphone with their malicious versions.
Horror developer Red Barrels has announced that both the widely successful first-person titles, Outlast and Outlast 2 will be releasing on Nintendo’s hybrid console, the Switch. Taking to Facebook, the team announced this alongside a couple interesting tidbits of news.
EA and Hazelight have just revealed a new trailer for their co-op centric title, A Way Out. The studio and devs have also revealed the launch date for the title, alongside a free trial. The free trial is a pretty cool option, allowing gamers whose friends who have purchased the title, to enjoy the full co-op experience without paying a cent.
A tweet from the official Tomb Raider account has confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt that we’ll be seeing a new game rather soon. In it, publisher Square Enix mentions “a major event” coming in 2018 which will be “Lara Croft’s defining adventure”. This is consistent with rumours which hinted at a 2018 release, but there’s something else about the tweet astute readers may notice.
We’ve almost pulled the plug on two thousand and seventeen, which means it’s the ideal time to pick the greatest console exclusives. We dedicated a video to PlayStation 4 exclusives last week, but this list is all about Xbox One. No matter where your interests lie – run and gun platformers, immersive sci-fi narratives or games about breaking-and-entering into your psychotic neighbour’s house – there’s something here for you.